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mind-body

(mīnd′bŏd′y)
adj.
Of, involving, or resulting from the interrelationship between one's physical health and the state of one's mind or spirit.
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Her original mind-body program, The Fertile Heart(TM) OVUM Birthing Practice, is now a global, patient-driven community.
Mind-body medicine focuses on the ways in which emotional, mental, social, and spiritual factors can directly impact health, said Dr.
Relaxation response, positive thinking, placebo effect, and social support have been discussed in support of how mind-body therapies help reduce stress.
What was your view of the mind-body connection in health before your diagnosis?
Although mind-body interventions have improved cardiovascular risk factors in numerous studies, Emani and Binkley report that few studies have focused on patients with congestive heart failure.
The ground floor space will house exhale Mind-Body Studio's 7th Manhattan location when it opens for business in May.
Gordon and his Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) colleagues will train leaders from every major health and mental health organization in Haiti, including the Ministry of Health, the Medical and Nursing Schools, the General Hospital, Partners in Health, and Project Hope, as well as leaders of the Catholic, Protestant, and Voudoun communities and the Haitian National Police.
In fact, Benson asserts that mind-body tools should now be the third major treatment and prevention option, alongside drugs and surgery, in our Western medical model.
An introduction to the approach of integrating hypnotherapy with understanding of mind-body healing is presented and the author discusses how it is related to the theory of symptom release.
In examining why patients are increasingly turning to mind-body medicine, Harrington (history of science, Harvard U.
Well, it's not really found under that category, but there are notable similarities; mind-body connection, quick reflexes, communication, focus, and patterns for moving around each other.
Skirry covers the academic debate and the roots of the confusion, Cartesian attributes and their conceptual distinction, Cartesian bodies as they relate to material forms and the human body, the substantial union argument, Cartesian hylomorphism, and Descartes's dissolution (rather than resolution) of the mind-body problem.